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Don’t Let Alcohol or Drug Abuse Make You a Statistic

“Thousands of people die each year as due to drunk and drugged driving.  The lives of thousands of family members and friends left behind are forever scarred,” said Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administrator (SAMHSA) Administrator Pamela S. Hyde, J.D. “Some progress has been made in reducing the levels of drunk and drugged driving through …

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Protection for Employees with Drug & Alcohol Problems under the ADA

Before a meaningful discussion can be had regarding the interplay between addiction and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it is first necessary to identify commonly accepted levels of substance consumption as protection can hinge on the particular classification. The consumption of drugs and alcohol is commonly split into three categories: use, abuse, and dependence. …

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Were Your Parents Impulsive? It Might Increase Your Risk of Alcoholism

Have you ever thought about the link between impulsivity and alcoholism? Studies have shown that individuals who tend to be more impulsive may be at higher risk of developing an alcohol use disorder. While alcohol addiction can be linked to a number of different risk factors, impulsivity is one of the key predictors of this …

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Balance Measured in Sober Alcoholics

Long-term alcohol use can wreak havoc on every part of your body, including your brain. Alcohol dependence (commonly called alcoholism) is a progressive disease that includes cravings for alcohol, loss of control over drinking, and a negative emotional state when you’re not drinking. Alcoholism doesn’t discriminate; it affects people of all ages, genders, and socioeconomic …

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